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Posts Tagged ‘Friars.’

Jankowski chooses Providence over NHL

 

Mark Jankowski, who was the first high-school hockey player selected at the 2012 NHL Draft, has decided to attend Providence College in the fall and play for the Friars.

The 17-year-old center was picked in by the Calgary Flames with the 21st overall selection.

(courtesy of Providence athletics via wikipedia commons)

The Friars play in the Hockey East Conference. They’ve played in the Frozen Four in 1964, 1983 and 1985. They’ve appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 1964, ’78, ’81, ’83, ’85, ’89, ’91, ’96 and 2001.

 

Info compiled from Providence College & Internet news

Cincinnati in overtime, subdues Providence 93-81

The Cincinnati Bearcats scored 10 unanswered points to start the overtime period, made 7 of 7 shots from the field as well.

(courtesy of UC athletics)

Rashad Bishop scored a career-high 23 points as Cincinnati outmuscled Providence in Big East action.

UC goes to 21-6, 8-6, the Friars fall to 14-13, 3-11.

compiled from Cincinnati athletics news

Tim Welsh leaves ESPNU to take head coaching reins at Hofstra

compiled from staff and wire reports

Hofstra University has confirmed that it has hired Tim Welsh to be its men’s basketball coach.

The former coach at Providence College and Iona College has spent the past two years as a commentator for ESPNU.

Welsh takes over for Tom Pecora, who took the job at Fordham last week.  Pecora had a record of 155-126 in nine years at Hofstra, with three straight NIT appearances from 2005-2007.

Tim Welsh (file photo)

Hofstra lost in the second round of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament. The Pride finshed this past season at 19-15. Hofstra joined the CAA in 2001, and eventhough it has enjoyed success on the basketball court, the administration wants “The Big Dance”.  The Pride haven’t been able to reach the NCAA tournament since becoming a member in the tough CAA.

Tim Welsh spent 10 seasons at Providence, leading the Friars to the NCAA tournament in 2001 and 2004.  His record was 160-143.  At Iona, he compiled a 70-22 record, with one NCAA and two NIT appearances.